only thing left to check is the light switch
Could be a bad ground or bad wire leading to the tailights possibly a bad brake light switch.
its the tail light fuse
the bulbs are probably burnt out, though it could be a bad connection or sensor or fuse or sveral other things. check the bulbs and fuse first though check your bulbs, fuses, and connections,
If fuses check out fine, then check the dashlights and taillights themselves, if those check out then most likely there is an electrical problem elsewhere
Change the tail light bulbs and check your fuses. If that doesn't work you may have a wiring problem.
check the bulbs?
WHAT ARE YOU DUMB REPALCE YOUR LIGHT BULBS STUPID! Not stupid replaced circuit boards checked fuses ran test light . When headlights are on no brake light or taillights and have all new bulbs stupid. Turn headlights off brake lights work, so figure that out smart man
There is a fuse box under the hood (passenger side). I know the the fuses for the head lights are there. The fuse for the taillights is there and is labeled. This fuse includes the running lights but is not labeled as such.
Check fuses, check bulbs, check connections.
Did you check all the fuses? Other things would be a wiring harness connector becoming unseated or dirty, all the bulbs are burnt out or a wire is cut.
Check all the fuses. If not bulbs or switch that's all that it can be,
The clicking sound is normal when u push down the brake pedal, mine does the same thing, try checking the connections to your taillights and if that doesn't work it might very well be your bulbs. And if it's not that, i don't know what to tell you.
Start at the basics. Bulbs, fuses, then you need to get serious and check wires and connections. It is best if you have an electrical tester to check for power.
Bulbs, Fuses, switch, connections. See sources and related links below to lookup tail light bulb numbers.
you could have possibly bought the wrong bulbs and/or fuses. or when you were replacing them you may have damaged the wires. Also the reverse light switch may be defective.
Check your fuses. See owner's manual fo rlocation and identification of fuses.
check your bulbs and fuses check your bulbs and fuses
The obvious would be the bulbs are burnt, then look at the fuses for the taillights, and then the wiring. The holders where the lights themselves plug in are bad sometimes; you can get them cheap at a pick-a-part yard.
Check the light switch for a burnt connector. Your Taillights are on a different fuse than your headlights or directionals I would recheck your fuses again. Could also be worth checking for open circuit wiring and bulb holders?
the dash lights and tail lamps are on the same fuse. you might also replace your headlight switch,they are prone to going bad CHECK THE WORED FUSES UNDER DASH AN UNDER HOOD IF NOT TAKE OUT THE GAUGES AN CHEK THE BULBS..
Try the dimmer switch, and or, check that your body has a good ground to the frame, and battery.
Likely to be the brake light switch on the pedal at fault if the bulbs and fuses are good and other lights work ok.